Girls of Summer: In Their Own League is the story of the young Canadian and American women who played professional baseball during the 1940s and 50s in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL).
Girls of Summer League was originally published in 1992, but it stands as a social history of a special time. It’s available as an ebook on Amazon.com at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00COMHB04 and you can read additional ratings and reviews at http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/19453.Girls_of_Summer.
I also post items from my research on my Girls of Summer blog at http://intheirownleague.wordpress.com, dipping into my files newpaper reports, team and League materials and other memorabilia.
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Murder in the Clubhouse
A short story set in the world of the All-American Girls Professional Ball League of 1943 to 1954. Available on Amazon. Click on cover image to purchase.
Ed Harrow was one of the Belles’ biggest fans. So why did he end up dead in the team’s clubhouse?
Teammates Jo Diamond and her cousin Harry recognize a clue the police have found at the scene, but if they tell what they know, it could be the end of the team and their professional baseball careers.
Their only option is to find the killer before the police find out their secret.